Here is a new Kawasaki H2 750 cable kit + 10 inches. Includes all 3 cables, Upper throttle,Clutch and front Disc Brake Line. The throttle cable is the upper half. You would have to use your lower cables for it. Made by Anderson-Kittleson Dist. inc in Japan. Very good quality cables. These cables can be shortened by any savy motorcycle shop. Please e mail me if you have any questions. Buyer pays for shipping. I accept Paypal.
Kawasaki H2 750 Cable Kit + 10 Inches New on 2040-parts.com
Carson, California, US
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